3 edition of St. Anthony"s Chapel in Most Holy Name of Jesus Parish found in the catalog.
St. Anthony"s Chapel in Most Holy Name of Jesus Parish
Includes bibliographical references (p. 81-82).
|Other titles||Saint Anthony"s Chapel in Most Holy Name of Jesus Parish|
|Statement||[the members of the St. Anthony"s Chapel Committee ... et al.].|
|LC Classifications||BX4603.P55 S737 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||98129880|
The following history of St. After the original dedication, additions were made to house the life-sized stations of the cross as well as the growing number of pilgrims, and so the enlarged chapel was rededicated on June 13,the feast day of Saint Anthony. Bouffier asked the locksmith to try his keys one more time after she prayed and promised to give bread to the poor in honor of St. New activities like the Cadillac and Spaghetti Dinners, begun by Father Capuano, filled the gaps left by other, older traditions that could no longer be supported by the smaller number of parish families.
Father Pamfilo agreed to take responsibility for this ministry. At Arcella, he received the last sacraments, sang and prayed with the friars there. After spending his childhood in a small town at the foot of the Appenine Mountains and then studying in Rome, the then 23 year old Zazzara entered the Italian Army. The church basement had been converted to a new parish hall, but the increasing number of families joining St. Church buildings were greatly increased in both size and number, the sanctuary of the main church was refinished in marble, the basement parish hall became a beautiful chapel and a shrine to the Immaculate Conception was erected in the plaza next to the church and used for outdoor services.
The most important thing about any parish is not a beautiful church or famous choir, but the warmth and devotion of the families who make up the congregation. At the time of Anthony, it was one of the most important cities in the country, with an important university for the study of civil and canon law. Zazzara retired as pastor emeritus of St. Because Father Mollinger apparently died without leaving a willhis heirs descended on the chapel and stripped it of its crystal chandeliersblack onyx altar, candelabraand all portable items that could be sold.
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Chatenauneuf, attracted by the brilliant light that filled his house, was drawn to witness the vision but promised to tell no one of it until after St. The skull of Saint Theodore The altar. In our experience, it could be compared to an evangelist arriving in a slum driving a Mercedes, delivering a homily from his car and speeding off to a vacation resort.
While the shop contains religious items and a few mementos, the upstairs museum tells a bit more about the life and times of Friar Mollinger and the history of the chapel. In Anthony, however, he found a kindred spirit for his vision, who was also able to provide the teaching needed by young members of the order who might seek ordination.
Sometimes Anthony left Padua for greater solitude. In poor health, and still provincial superior of northern Italy, he went to the General Chapter in Rome and asked to be relieved of his duties.
The church had been painted about thirty years before so the church and chapel were painted and the sanctuary was carpeted. Indistracted by frequent visits from family and friends, he asked to be transferred to the motherhouse of the congregation, the Monastery of the Holy Cross in Coimbrathen the capital of Portugal.
Lorenzo s Rev. Lilies are in bloom around much of the world in the month of June, the month of his Feast Day [the 13th]. The renovation of the chapel under the direction of Father Carbo and the restoration of all the statues and artwork in both churches by an artist commissioned from Spain is testimony to this strong commitment.
Anthony traveled tirelessly in both northern Italy and southern France—perhaps trips—choosing to enter the cities where the heretics were strongest.
Suitbert Mollinger, who was at that time pastor of Most Holy Name of Jesus Parish in the neighborhood of Troy Hillthe chapel houses 4, to 5, religious relicsmaking it the largest collection of relics outside the Vatican.
However, when the parish refused to appropriate the large sum of money needed, Father Mollinger erected the building at his own expense with money which he had inherited from his family in Belgium. Some may see a similarity and connection between this story and the story in the life of St.
Upon realizing his psalter was missing, Anthony prayed it would be found or returned to him. C this Wednesdaythat her surgery will be a successful one and without any complications.
Anthony and the Child Jesus St. As a change in the neighborhood took place, this sad responsibility of closing the school was begun by Father Centrella with much diplomacy. He was a man of great penance and apostolic zeal. These include thousands of bone fragments from hundreds of Catholic saints.
He escaped by breaking through a window and landed on the roof of a neighboring building. But he was primarily a saint of the people.
Domenick Cantalamessa presented the Offertory Gifts to the Bishop. According to the request of Anthony, he was buried in the small church of Santa Maria Mater Domini, probably dating from the late 12th century and near a convent which had been founded by him in Returning a third time, he was trapped and badly burned.
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